OBC Ranks Tops 15% in NSS 2022 Satisfaction

Oxford. Oxford Business College has recorded a commendable performance in National Student Survey (NSS) 2022. Recently published results of the survey show the College amongst the top 15% of all teaching institutions for the student's overall satisfaction. 

In NSS 2022, Oxford Business College (OBC) performed above the benchmark in 6 out of the seven key themes, which secured 66th place for it amongst 431 higher education teaching institutions of the UK participating in the survey.

The extreme satisfaction of the students studying at OBC is evident from its score of 90.41%, which is 4.05 % above the national benchmark. The learning community was the most vital performing scale area, where OBC students reported an experience of 5.64 % above the national benchmark. In addition, the students have indicated a strong sense of satisfaction with how OBC has built a community of staff and students, scoring 9.34% above the benchmark.

Oxford Business College is the oldest Business School in Oxford, with campuses in London, Slough, Nottingham & Coventry. The Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) recently awarded its associate membership to the College. It is CABS's first membership to any private higher education institution in the UK. The College partners with leading UK universities to offer high-quality degrees in flexible formats. Its partners now include Buckinghamshire New University (BNU), the University of West London (UWL) and Ravensbourne University London. 

This year, 4.5 million Students have had their say on the National Student Survey. The students answered 27 core questions to rate their place of study. The survey records the feedback of final year students studying at all publicly funded Higher education universities and colleges across the UK, further education colleges in England and Northern Ireland and further education institutions (FEIs) in Wales having directly funded higher education students. 

Commissioned by The Office for Students (OfS) on behalf of the UK funding and regulatory bodies, this survey enables prospective students to compare courses at different universities and colleges when deciding what and where to study. It also assists with the quality assurance and broader regulatory landscape in UK higher education.

Founded more than 37 years ago, from a humble beginning at its old campus on George Street, OBC has expanded at an unprecedented pace and now imparting quality education to more than 8000 students in different regions of the UK.

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